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. seven blacks and six whites left washington, d.c. on two buses they headed south. at first, only minor hostility greeted them. but when one bus arrived in birmingham alabama, a mob surrounded them and beat the freedom fighters. >> i was on the greyhound, that was the bus they set on fire. burned it. and we would have all burned to death had it not been for the fact that one of the fuel tanks of the bus exploded, scared the hell out of the mob. >> reporter: that ride ended abruptly and the riders feared the violence would snuff out the movement. the first ride was not the last. students willing to face death picked up the cause boarding buses heading south. in his san francisco home, frank nelson shares his story with blankenhide. nelson took his first ride in june, by then the movement had spread to trains. >> they got off the train and headed to the homes that were right there. the black riders went into the whites homes and they were carted off to jail. >> reporter: nelson was 23 when his body was bruised and beaten. >> friend, i'm a mississippi segragist and i'm proud of it. >> repo
-san rafael. >>> happening right now crowds are beginning to gather in washington, d.c. for the commemoration for the march on washington. this is a live picture of the memorial on the national mall. back on august 28th, 1963, 250,000 people took part in the march on washington for jobs and freedom. at noon today president obama will speak from the same spot. >> that is pretty special. it's nice to be here. it's nice to have my kids here. >> bill clinton and jimmy carter among the speakers today. along with oprah winfrey and jamie foxx. >>> a nonprofit group called d.c. 2024 is hosting a campaign to host the summer games in the washington-baltimore area. supporters predict the cost will be much lower because the area already has prime facilities. >> we won't have to build many new facilities for our olympics. the idea is we are already a leg up. >> other american cities mentioned as possibly bidding for the games include san francisco, los angeles, san diego, philadelphia, and boston. >>> coming up a controversial ban targeting soda, sugary drinks, and even whole milk. the bay area city that
right now on "fox news sunday." >>> hello again from fox news in washington. >>> there are reports and shocking video out of syria this week that seem to show the assad regime is engaged in the largest use of chemical weapons since saddam hussein attacked his people a quarter century ago. bob returned. we are told u.s. navy ships are moving closer to the coast of syria. president obama says this is a big event of grave concern but the president then adds we need to act deliberately. >> what we've seen is that folks will call for immediate action jumping into stuff that does not turn out well. gets us mired in very difficult situations. >> senator corker, how much proof does president obama need, and if he decide that bashir el assad used chemical weapons on a large scale against his people, what should he do? >> chris, the amount of social media coming out of syria indicates this is not something where opposition forces have contrived something. i think it's very evident that regime has acted in this way. i do think it's always good to be cautious, but my sense is that this has hap
against u.s. military intervention. >>> marking the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. the pressure on president obama as he takes the podium today. >>> good morning. right now traffic is getting busier all over the bay area including on highway 4 coming up to the willow pass grade. we will tell you where the traffic trouble spots are. >>> and in weather right now a layer of warm air compressing the marine layer. the net result dense fog that could effect your morning commute. we'll highlight the warmest day of the week and the changes you can expect for the holiday weekend. >>> these are live pictures of interfaith memorial service. if i'm not mistaken, this is dr. martin luther king's daughter. his youngest daughter. i'm going to check that. let's listen for just a second. >> as we go forward, we go forward in the spirit and in the strength and in the tradition of our four parents. understanding that without our faith, we will not be successful. and so we are called here today to remember, to reflect, and to commemorate the prophet, the pastor, the spiritual leader,
a washington's driver's license. pg&e is out here right now. this is is 101 southbound. so traffic does not seemed to be impacted at this point. everything is off to the shoulder. that is as far as we know. we will keep you updated. live from san rafael i'm tara moriarty. >>> also this morning we are keeping a close eye on the fire from yosemite. that fire has already burned more than 63,000 acres. now firefighters say they are losing ground. claudine wong joins us. >> reporter: over night has been a critical time for these crews. crews have been out all night trying to get ahead of this fire. when cal fire lost talked their crew they were hoping for containment overnight because the fire lays down over night. we should get an update to see if they were able to make fres i want to you you -- the so- called rim fire has tripled in size in the past few days. it's burned more than $63,000 acres. containment has slipped from 5% to 1%. the fire has destroyed two homes and threatening 2500 others. >> it is what it is. yeah. >> are you prepared your home might be gone when you go back? >> yes.
at 1:00. the chp says the victim is a 30- 35 man from san pablo bay with a washington's driver's license. he was taken to hairing general hospital. the man is driving a work van but authorities don't know where he was headed. the doors to the vehicle are so jammed so these drews are able to search inside for any cruels. mg a is out right now. the van marked the pole straight up over the ground but the fires have remained in tact. no electricity has been caught you have to anyone. right now traffic on highway 101 southbound again near the parkway is flowing very nicely. live from san rafael i'm tara moriarty. >>> this morning -- it has tripled in size in the past few but -- claudine wong joins us now. >> reporter: daybreak is approaching but we still have time for crews to use the dark to get ahead of this thing. the overnight hours are critical when you talk about potential progress. the rim fire has tripled in size. it's burned more than 63,000 acres. containment 5% now down to 1%. the fire has already destroyed two homes and threatening 2500 others. let's talk about strategy
. as well as nsa critic congressman justin amash of michigan. >>> then, washington keeps heading for a budget impasse and government shut down. >> we have seen a faction of republicans in congress saying they wouldn't pay the bills congress racked up in the first place. >> instead of working together yesterday the president threatened to shut down the government. >> we'll ask house majority leader eric cantor if they can make a deal before the deadline. all right now on fox news sunday. >>> hello again from fox news in washington. we begin with a terror threat that's prompted the state department to issue a global travel alert for americans and to close almost two dozen embassies and consulates across the muslim world. we are told the al qaeda threat is specific, but the targets are not. chief washington correspondent james rose en has the latest. james? >> reporter: good morning. president obama and his national security team approached this day, the president's 52nd birthday, in a state of apprehension. the u.s. embassy compound in cairo is one of two does then u.s. installatio
on washington. how organizers say the civil rights battle has changed since martin luther king junior made his i have a dream speech. >> a critical meeting as the united states considers it's next step in syria and what the navy is now doing in that area as tensions rise around the alleged use of chemical weapons. >> first let's go out to the east shore freeway. traffic is moving along there. the highway patrol is clearing a deadly accident right now. that accident has the eastbound on-ramp shut down. we will keep an eye on that for you you're watching mornings on two. goodnight. thanks, olivia. thank you. so you can make a payment from your cell to almost anyone's phone or email. (speaking french) so you can express your gratitude... in the moment. chase quickpay. so you can. . >>> it's a partly cloudy start over south san francisco this morning. temperatures in the upper 50s outside your door >> and we want to show you what's happening now in the nation's capitol. as you can see people gathering there right now, thousands expected to come together for a march on the national mall in washing
washington to right here to the bay area, how thousands are paying tribute to dr. martin luther king. . >>> breaking news coming to us from the south bay, where police right now are investigating a deadly shooting in broad daylight in downtown san jose. good evening, everyone. i'm heather holmes. >> and i'm ken wayne. police say the killing is san jose's 33rd homicide. tonight we are learning the gunman is still on the loose. >> reporter: well, san jose police have been out here for five hours. halfway down the block is a mexican restaurant called tico's tacos. the restaurant has been shut down because the man shot and killed was found nearby. police are still looking for the shooter tonight. police will not comment on camera about the investigation, but they did release a few details. at this point, police say they received a 911 call around 1:00 this afternoon, about shots heard near third and julian street. responding officers discovered a man who had been shot at least once. investigators aren't sure where the exact shooting happened or what spurred it. the spokesman told me this
washington, d.c. in just about 15 minutes. >>> it's wednesday, august 14th i'm pam cook. >> it's the middle of the week. good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve, it's going to get hot and then cold. back and forth? >> a little bit. san francisco yesterday had nice weather. people in the city were wearing short pants. that hasn't happened much lately. yesterday we managed to eke out a 70. going to 68 today. that is normal for this time of year. it will still be nice. this is right with you should be this time of year. a lot more clouds on the coast. 50s to upper 50s. and i think we will see 60s to 70s around the bay. 70-84 but a little bit more of a breeze today and slightly cooler. down about three to five from yesterday. inland will be warm to hot. i don't think much change there. speaking of back to school and forecast focus on antioch. some areas have already gone back. brentwood they were back. 64 right now. 59 livermore. 58 in oakland. san rafael at 56. there is santa rosa 49. 37 up in tahoe. i will tell you i know somebody who lives in truckee once august
the washington post documents earlier this summer including an nsa audit dated may of 2012. it shows ore the prior year there were nearly 2800 incidents of unauthorized collection of distribution of legally protected communications. the nsa audit says many incidents were unintended but the washington post article points out nor serious incidents including violation of a court order and unauthorized use of data on 3,000 americans and green card holders. nsa official told the washington post the nsa is human run agency and at times workers find themselves on the wrong side of the line. california senator dianne fine stain chairs the committee. her reaction to the latest developments on nsa overreach coming up at 6:15. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the website of the washington post was hacked which supports the president of syria. the syrian electronic army hacked one of the contest providers. some of the posts were redirected to the website of the syrian electronic army. >>> san diego mayor bob filner is done with his two weeks of therapy. a volunteer city work
sunday." and hello, again, from fox news in washington. president obama has left the capital for his summer is vacation. he arrived in martha's vineyard after his full first -- first full press conference in more than three months and he made news on the government surveillance program, relations with russia, and our war against al qaeda. senator john mccain, a republican leader on national security who just returned from the mideast joins us from arizona. senator, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thank you, chris. >> president obama said friday that he wants to reform the government surveillance program, he wants to add some more safeguard and make it more transparent. republican congressman pete king, a member of the house intelligence committee said that, that he called it a monumental failure of war time leadership. senator mccain, who's right? >> well, i think it's pretty clear that there's been failures throughout that has led to mr. snowden now being granted asylum in russia. there is now a large percentage of americans particularly young americans who view mr. snowden as
the firefighters are struggling to contain the rim fire, there's grim news from washington d.c., with the national forest service has to do to find enough money to fight all the fires now burning across the country. >>> well, the traffic started off not doing very well. there ever been some improvements, we'll tell you where those are and how the bridges look. >>> gray skies out there, and cool temperatures to mild temps, we cooled down yesterday. will we find a little bit warmer forecast. we'll have that for you when we come back. . >>> good morning, welcome back, time 7:13. more than a third of the house republicans in washington say they'd rather cause a government shut down than pay for president obama's health care law. as ktvu's kyla campbell reports from our washington d.c. news room, these lawmakers are preparing for fiscal fights this fall. >> reporter: house republicans signed this letter sent to house speaker, john boehner, they say obama care is the reason workers around the country are seeing their hours get cut. mostly tea party backed conservatives want boehner to avoid a budget pla
avenue. >>> and special guests at the congressional cemetery in washington, d.c. the reason why 100 goats have free reign there. >>> a new learning tool for babies. one group says, not so fast. the reason they say apps made for babies aren't effective learning tools. 5Ñ >>> arson investigators are looking for whoever set as many as a dozen fires in schools in south sacramento. those fires have been in the past two weeks. most were trash can fires. but two ended up destroying playground equipment. the district does have insurance, but they will have to pay a $25,000 deductible. >>> there is no evidence linking a texas paramedic to a deadly fertilizer plant explosion, according to prosecutors. 27-year-old bryce reed was one of the emergency responders at that blast on april 17 in west, texas, where 15 people were killed and hundreds more injured. he was later arrested and charged with possessing pipe bomb materials. but now thits say there is no connection to the explosion. the investigation into that explosion is also still ongoing. >>> aol is investing in the future of online video
from neighborhoods rather than killing them. >>> a man who traveled from washington state to san francisco to sell an expensive watch is recovering tonight after being beaten and robbed. investigators say the suspect picked the 67-year-old victim up from the oakland airport, then drove him to san francisco. when they got there, two other men entered the vehicle and attacked the victim, stealing his cell phone, wallet, laptop and two watches. the suspects have not been caught. >>> a crowd-funding campaign has offered a response to some highly publicized bus ads with an anti-muslim agenda. this billboard went up. it reads "hate has no place in our city." it was created in response to anti-muslim ads that ran on muni buses earlier this year. than the rap star at elmo is pit bull. newly released records of gifts given by lobbyists to california state workers show that at&t gave out 13 free tickets to a concert by pit bull in sacramento. but the media giant gave legislative staffers 21 free tickets to see sesame street live. >>> san jose is adding a little more zap. they presented the
the concerns of brazil's leader about u.s. surveillance. >>> ktvu kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom there are disputes over how many people were killed. kyla. >> reporter: security forces stormed in and cleared out two sit in camps with armored vehicles and bulldozers this morning. they fired weapons, plowed through tents, and used tear gas on supporters on ex- president mohammed morsi. they beat and arrested the protestors. they report nine demonstrators were killed and 80 others injured but the muslim brotherhood claims at least 300 protestors were killed. the demonstrators tell reporters that were given warnings to leave and go home but there was no time immediately a bulldozer started plowing through their tents. and police stole their money and cell phones. two high profile senators just visited egypt last week. what they have been saying about this violence and what the u.s. could do in response when i see you an hour from now. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> san diego mayor bob filner fighting a recall attempt to throw him out of office.
. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, this information is coming from an internal audit and other documents. >> reporter: the "wash post" broke the story and said they got the documents from edward snowden. the report shows the nsa broke privacy rules or overstepped its legal authority thousands of time each year since congress gave the surveillance agency proud, new powers in 2008. "the washington post" says they got a response from an official saying the nsa is a human-run agencies and often times workers find themselves on the wrong side of the line. president obama had a panel of outside intelligence advisers. but that panel of 14 is now down to four people and the white house says last week it's turning to brand-new, and still undetermined outside experts to look over the nsa's actions. there is a special court that's designated to oversee these surveillance agencies. how the nsa went against court orders -- when i see you at 8:15. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> there's new developments surrounding snoerden. he's accused of downloading materials abou
here on fox news sunday. >> more tough questions for the nsa after the washington post reported this week that the agency violated policy rules. >> nation's most secretive spy agency intercepted e-mails and calls during that time and did not report the unauthorized surveillance. joining us with reaction is senator rand paul. senator, welcome back to fox news sunday. good to be with you. >> good morning. >> it was a little more than a week ago that the president insisted to the american people that there was oversight of the program and there was no talk of abuses. >> what you are not reading about is, the government actually abusing these programs. and listening in on people's phone calls or reading people's e-mails. what you are hearing about is the prospect that these could be abused. >> senator paul, what do you make of that statement now that this new information has come to light? >> you know, i think that the president missunderstands the constitutional powers. the checks and balances come from independent branchs of government. if they tell him everything is okay, that th
the next five days. >>> today, presidents past and present gathered in washington, d.c. to mark the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. it was on this day in 1963, dr. martin luther king shared his dream of the american future. >> when all of god's children, black men, and white men, jews and gentiles, protestants and catholics will be able to join hands. >> more than 2,000 people heard the historic address as they crowded together on the national mall in the sweltering august heat. today's events were rich in historic symbolism, as kraig bosswell reports. >> reporter: bells range out at the let freedom ring commemoration at the exact hour dr. martin luther king jr. delivered his now famous vision. the unforgettable voice paved the way for this moment. president obama, the nation's first black president, spending exactly where dr. king stood, reflecting on the progress and the work that remains. >> no one can match king's brilliance, but the same flame that let the heart of all who were willing to take the first step for justice, i know that flame remains. >> jim crow had a son
the red lights and the stop signs a and this is why a washington county deputy is after the guy, and also police say no helmet or riding gear. which iseds. eventually rtis colter wrecks the bike. you don't see it in the video, but he gets off and starts to run away on foot. they eventually caught up with the guy hiding behind the dumpster. >> get on the ground. get on the ground. >> after all of that, he hid behind the dumpster. >> can you hear me? >> no, sir, i had the ipod in. >> listening to a song called "run, baby, run." >> and he had to get to his shift at academy sports and outdoor, and now facing charges of reckless driving and fleeing. >>> some dirty deeds caught on camera in other parts of the country. first this surveillance video is from a seafood restaurant in myrtle beach. pay close attention to the woman walk walking in, and she is up to no good and the target is this woman. her name is carol anderson, the victim, and she was at her wedding dinner. we got the story from wmvf and the parking lot lady is close to carol anderson and has the cell phone up to her ear, and lookin
from our washington, dc news room, the administration has increased drone operations in recent days. >> reporter: the strike in yemen brings the total number to 6 in the past week and a half. officials say that nearly 30 suspected terrorists have been killed in the drone strikes, including six people today. and meanwhile officials in yemen say they have uncovered a plot to fire missiles at embassies in the city and attack naval forces regarding shipping in the red sea. a spokesperson for the government said officials foiled the plan to take over two cities in southern yemen and attack gas and oil facilities. embassies and consulates in 19 countries are scheduled to remain closed through saturday. and all of this terrorist activity and threats spell trouble for the long promised goal to shut down the prison in cuba. i'll explain that connection between the prison and yemen when i see you next hour. live in washington. >>> same sex spouses of troops could get the heal care and other befores. that's according to a memo. it lays out a plan to provide 10 days of leave to military personn
, crowds are gathering to remember what happened in washington, d.c. on this day back in 1963. "mornings on 2" starts now. >>> good morning. we want to take you out to the bay bridge where this morning's commute is historic. this is a live picture. it's pretty foggy out there. the drivers head out to the cantilever for the final time. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm pam cook. >> i'm dave clark. >>> let's check your weather and traffic. steve is off. but we have mark tamayo in. good morning, mark. >> good morning. the fog has been working pretty hard overnight, pushing back in. it will impact your visibility over the next few hours. right now, you can see looking out toward the bay bridge, we have dense fog. even up to the north bay, santa rosa reporting visibilities down to about one half-mile. temperatures in the 50s to the 60s. basically, right around 57 for san francisco. fairfield, 60 and san jose right now checking in, 62 degrees. as far as winds, you can see strong out towards fairfield right out to the delta at 23 miles an hour at last check. a layer of warm air is compressing the
, jr. willed the washington mall today 50 years after he changed the course of the civil rights movement. today america's first black president said the march for justice remain as reality still today. >> no one can match his brilliance but the same flame that lit the heart of all, i know that flame remains. >> thousands participated in today's celebration. >> reporter: 50 years after the march on washington for jobs and freedom a call for economic and racial equality. on the steps of the lincoln memorial the son of martin luther king, jr. said his father's dream is not yet fulfilled. >> we have come too far from where we started. >> reporter: t-shirts, buttons, hats created a celebratory feeling. people marking their part in history. >> let us ask ourselves how will the dream live on in me, in you, in all of us. >> this is your moment to join those silent heroes of the past. individuals who stood in the spot where you stand today. [ music ] >> reporter: president obama said after african american president isn't enough and we stand to learn from those who fought for equality. >
the u.s. of making excuses to attack syria. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the situation in syria is intensifying with every hour. kyla? >> reporter: pam, we know the united nations inspectors pushed off their investigation until tomorrow, citing security concerns. they were supposed to return to the site of last week's attack. john kerry says the use of chemical weapons last week is undeniable. >> make no mistake. president obama believes there must be accountability for those who would use the world's most heinous weapons against the world's most vulnerable people. >> reporter: senior administration officials say their goal is not to overthrow president assad but rather punish him for using chemical weapons, killing hundreds in syria last week. the u.s. navy deployed four destroyers. they launch would be missiles. the russian president vladimir putin chimed in saying there's no evidence that assad's regem used the chemical weapons. cnn says a new intelligence report about the use of the weapons in syria is set to be declassified at some point today. i'm w
they will deliver those messages as soon as they get an appointment. >> >> in washington, republican house member defended snowden as a listel blower. while a former n -- as far as congress is concerned, he is a whistle blower. he told us what we needed to know. >> a whistle blower is someone that raises concerns within our government to effect change. there is no evidence, whatsoever, that this young man warned anyone. >> a los angeles congressman said there is no proof that the current terror threat was uncovered through nsa surveillance. >> >> one mad is dead, another in custody after a stabbing in the east bay. the contra costa sheriff's department said the attacker stabbed a man who later died at the hospital. investigators say the stabbing appears to be a random act of violence. authorities have not released the name of the victim or the attacker. >> >> more than 300 united airlines passengers got an extra day in the bay area after their flight to australia turned back, landing safely at 1:00 this morning after one of four engines stopped working. no one was injured airport officials say th
: documents show the nsa monitored americans and foreign intelligence without authorization. the washington post broke this story the newspaper says nsa leaker edward snowden provided journalists with top secret documents earlier this summer. the paper work thousands of times a year they broke privacy rules. most incidents were unintentional but one case reveals they intercepted a large number of calls made here in washington, d.c. because of programming error confused the local area code 202 for simply 2-0. that is the dialing code for egypt. dianne feinstein chairs the committee. she says they need to do more to make sure the nsa operations are appropriate. those details when i see you around 7:15. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> there are also new developments surrounding nsa leaker edward snowden. he's accused of down loading materials about u.s. and british ease dropping programs while working for dell last year. intelligence agents say he left dell for a government contractor in march to specifically gain access to more top secret files. and in another develo
are promising congressional hearings to pressure the fcc to side against the plan. in washington, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> prices are soaring for health. presidential jump in cost. >>> plus cracking down on a class tradition. the stand a south bay principal is taking on streaking. >>> 49er great joe montana running into a road black. where his hotel is having a hard time getting into the end zone. >>> the truth is out. the cia admits area 51 really does exist. the testing done at that super secret base. >>> the national park service says repairs to the martin luter king, jr., memorial in washington, d.c. will be finished in time for the 50th anniversary of dr. king's march on washington. the work should be done this weekend. workers spent weeks removing a paraphrase from an inscription that critics said made dr. king sound arrogant. >>> the truth is out. area 51 does exist officially. newly declassified cia documents list it in the history of the nation's spy planes. area 51 is more than 100 miles northeast of las vegas and according to the documents it was used to test spy planes and ceps. but
campbell is joining us live in washington, d.c. where president obama will honor sergeant carter. kyla. >> reporter: dave, carter will become just the fifth living medal of honor recipient. he saved the live of fellow soldiers in 2009. another survivor of that same fight received a medal of honor in february. receiving the medal of honor effectively makes carter undeployable and he wants to continue his service working with wounded warriors and sharing his struggled with ptsd. he spent his childhood years in antioch and was based most recently in washington state. he spoke to reporters after he learned he would receive the medal of honor. i'm working on that story for you for 6:15. live in washington i'm kyla campbell. >>> the marine corp starting this fall will allow women to take part in basic infantry training. it's only on a trial basis. the marines say that won't happen for at least two more years. opening the infantry training to women follows a defense department position earlier this year to repeal the rules against women serving in combat roles. >>> los angeles clipper star la
anniversary of the march on washington. president obama is scheduled to speak at noon today in the same spot on the steps of the lincoln memorial where martin luther king junior delivered his famous i have a dream speech. kyla campbell is there at the national mall this morning where people are starting to arrive for the big event. >> reporter: we are standing at the only public entrance. you can take a look at the crowd building behind us. we got here a couple hours ago. only 50-60 people here. now a few hundred people have gathered at the security gate. it opens in 45 minutes. they will make their way as close as they can get to the lincoln memorial. you can see the lincoln memorial in the background. that is where president barack obama and jimmy carter will speak along with civil rights leaders from the 1960s. that is happening in a few hours. first happening right now hundreds if not thousands of people are gathering to do the march for jobs in justice. they will start their walk in 45 minutes going 1.6 miles through washington, d.c. with a couple rally stops at the department of labor
regime. i'm working on that story for you for 6:15. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> in london hundreds of protesters staged a demonstration outside the prime minister's residence against british military intervention in syria. prime minister david cameron has recalled parliament today to discuss possible military action. many people in britain and the british parliament say they don't want a repeat of the invasion of iraq which was based on evidence of weapons of mass destruction that later turned out to be false. >>> in san francisco today, there will be a demonstration against u.s. military action in syria. that's scheduled for 5:00 this evening at powell and market streets. the demonstration is being organized by a coalition of antiwar groups. >>> time 5:15. experts are warning the latest cyberattacks on "the new york times" and on twitter are signs of a more dangerous phase of cyberwarfare. a group called the syrian electronic army disabled "the new york times" website and disrupted twitter feeds bihacing the dough mains of those sites. the group backed
programs. and we're in the washington, dc news room and this comes one day after the head of the nsa says it is not abusing its power. >>> some in congress are not buying the argument and pushing to limit the nsa's authority. and the senator of california joins lawmakers heading to the white house n four hours they will speak with the president about the nsa's program. a senate staffer said the white house initiated the meeting and invited the republicans and democrats from the house and senate. the president's national security team says the programs are needed to protect americans. and they pointed to 2012 records saying that it did not attract millions of -- track numbers. >> those reports contained less than 500 numbers. not millions. less than 500. >>> all this happening as details on yet another nsa program are revealed. i'll explain that one to you when i see you next hour. live in washington. >>> 5:17. new this morning a lawyer representing the mayor of san diego ignited the latest controversy in the mayor's sexual harassment scandal. the city should pay the mayor's legal bills as
bargain for middle class. >> we're lacking something from washington. we have ideas for growing our economy. i have a grand bargain for the middle class. >> he says he's willing to work with republicans for tax breaks for businesses, but he'll only do it if money is used for infrastructure, job training and job growth. >>> the defense of marriage act next week, these applications will receive equal consideration. john kerry made the announcement in london yesterday. same sex marriages will be valid under us immigration law as long as they are performed in places where it is legal. >>> gay rights activeys will be protesting a series of laws. they'll install a 20-foot flag poll in front of the building and fly a rainbow flag. >>> in west hollywood they're going to boycott to russia's anti-gay laws. they dumped out the water from the bottles. it continues to be supportive of the gay community and has no ties to the russian government. >>> this marks the first anniversary of the chevron refinery fire. this event starts and the bart and the rally is starting at noon. >>> the city of rich
.s. and russia. as ktvu kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom they agree with president obama's recent decision about meeting the president of russia. >> reporter: the white house announced president obama will not be meon one with russian president vladimir putin next month. including about arms yo. republican senator -- especially considering for -- >> a signal of incredibly bad relations between the united states and russia and mr. putin putting his thumb right in america's eye. >> reporter: snowden's father came out swinging against the president and lawmakers. what he has to say about his son revealing spy program secrets when i see you next. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the sentencing of convicted spy bradley manning begins today. later on today. his -- manning is expected to he faces up to -- >>> the u.s. has reopened most of its embassies in the middle east and north africa. they have been closed for a week because of terror threats. >>> california teachers will pay more to start the school year. that is because the new law bans public scho
stories. >>> president obama paid tribute to the thousands of people who marched on washington 50 years ago demanding racial and economic equality. >> state legislatures changed. the white house changed. >> the. spoke from the steps. the lincoln memorial where martin luther king, jr. made his famous i have a dream speech in 1963. we're learning that several members of the king family were involved in a minor bus accident following yesterday's ceremony but no one was seriously injured. on the 50th anniversary of the march on washington, the aclu release add report that police in oakland and oakland school police are arresting african- american teenagers at a higher rate than other ethnicities. the aclu says it amounts to racial profiling. >> now we can sit in class with other kids that's not the same race. that's the only thing that's changed. >> a disproportionate number of black students are arrested. we automatically assume that the difference in the arrest rate is attributable to targeting or racist practices. >> the aclu report claims black youth made up 73% of juvenile arrests in o
campbell reports from the washington d.c. news room. this is the latest in a string of threats from al key -- al- qaeda. >> reporter: the majority of workers were evacuated from the consulate either to the capitol city or out of the country all together. the state department also says u.s. citizens should not travel to pakistan. there are growing concerns al- qaeda militants could use a new generation of liquid explosives and it would make their clothing flammable but not detectable by security measures and that's part of the terror threat earlier this week that closed u.s. embassies. we don't know if the pakistan evacuation is related to the previous threat. we expect to learn more in the coming hours. secretary to have state john kerry is meeting with russian officials this hour. reporters are set up to ask him questions. we don't know if he'll be taking them. and president barack obama has scheduled a press conference for this afternoon. live in washington, kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 7:16. former nsa contractor edward snowden may be living in a luxury townhouse in a gated co
of the march on washington. today, set-up crews were at work on the national mall, as bus loads of people arrived for the event. this weekend, they plan to retrace the steps taken during dr. martin luther king, jr.'s 1963 march for civil rights. that's when dr. king delivered his historic "i have a dream" speech. >> this is a big moment for us, because we have been teaching her about who martin luther king is and his speech. >> this is a part of our history. it's amazing. it's so profound when you get close to it, actually gave me chills. >> on wednesday, the actual anniversary of dr. king's speech and march, president obama and former presidents carter and clinton plan to speak from the same spot where dr. king did 50 years ago. >>> after weeks of controversy, san diego mayor bob filner just announced he will step down. the san diego city council accepted filner's resignation late this afternoon. now, it comes after several women came forward accusing filner of sexual harassment and other inappropriate behavior. the city council announced it's accepting a settlement in a sexual harassmen
, not if the u.s. launches a military strike on syria. as ktvu's could kyla campbell reports from washington, senior white house officials will brief members of congress today. >> reporter: congress is on recess till september 9 so senior administration officials will be holding a conference call today to brief congressional leaders as well as chairs and ranking members of national security committees. president barack obama says he has no diet syrian president bashar assad's regime is behind a chemical weapons attack. president obama vows american retaliation will send a strong signal to syria. the u.k. is expected to release some intelligence today including intercepted communication between government officials calling for the use of chemical weapons. use of chemical weapons violates international law. >> we're sending the signal that the international law needs to be respected and we in the humanity world will reap the wirl wind if we don't have -- whirlwind if we don't have a consequence this for you. >> reporter: dianne feinstein chairs the senate intelligence committee. live in washin
they will change. we'll see if that represents itself. and it is not going to last very long. and washington and controlling our weather but will send back and it will break off and off the coast it will be quiet here. cooler on the lows. and temperaturins i'm warming up today because much of the north bay. and we'll go 80 and, 80s for some. morgan hill and right there for livermore but 76 and 75 san tra cruz. warmer on friday but not much change going into the weekend or next week. >>> twit ser being pressured to disclose information about users. the government and the number of requests for confidential data. >>> the next i phone that may replace the need for passwords. >>> twit ser getting more pressure from the government to release the private information of users. twitter says in the last six months the u.s. made nearly 900 requests for information. that's 3/4 of all the requests from around the world. japan made 87 and the uk filed 26. >>> could the next iphone come from a fingerprint scanner a developer testing the latest version reportedly tweeted code that appears to show a sensor
with president obama. ktvu's kyla campbell is live in our washington, d.c. bureau with the action feinstein wants to take to protect our privacy. kyla? >> reporter: well, tori, i spoke to her staff. they said she will be talking with the president today. so will other democrats and republicans from congress. senator feinstein is the chair of the senate intelligence committee. she's ordered the nsa to review how government surveillance could expose americans' privacy. but she's denounced former nsa contractor edward snowden leaking intelligence. snowden claims the nsa's tracked millions of americans' phone records. there was a discussion yesterday about this. >> those reports contained less than 500 numbers. not millions, not hundreds of thousands. not tens of thousands. >> reporter: now we're learning about another spy program. this one allegedly collects e- mails and internet searches of americans. what the nsa is saying about that surveillance program when i see you next. live in washington, d.c., kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, kyla. >>> 7:16. well, today's meeting comes afte
this season. >>> denzel washington and mark wahlberg made their way to number one. >> two guns is based on the nov 8le of the same name. this is the first time that they have worked together. now they slipped to second. the smurfs earned $18 million. the conjuring and despicable me round out the top 5. >> good movies out there now. >>> next in the 5:00 hour. team coverage of breaking news bart trains are run tpwhrugt is no settlement. you're so stylish. you've got good taste. oh, cammie. mom? yes, blake. it would look cool in black. so, clarence is at our clearance to get cammie a camry, and blake wants it in black. whoa. [ male announcer ] toyota's nationwide clearance event is on. right now, get a low 0% apr financing on a 2013 camry. get your camry today, before they're gone. toyota. let's go places. ♪ >>> we have breaking news. bart training are running. >>> good morning. it is monday. let's check in with steve. it is cooling down inland but the coast is not clear. >> it's not. >> and it is gray. not only that but local drizzle as well. it is a gray pattern. it will be on the cool
of -- hopes of moving forward. in washington, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> golden gate park will be rocking when it hosts the music festival. it is one of the largest and most popular in the country. crews have begun setting up the stages and speakers. 200,000 fans are expected over three days. neighbors are bracing for the crowds, traffic and noise. >> it takes up all the parking and lot of buses, traffic around here. noisy but not bad. >> promoters worked with the city on issues like parking and security. muni is adding extra service on the 5 line. performers include paul mccartney and the red hot chili peppers. >>> shark sighting yesterday. there is still questions as to what type of shark it is. some say it may be a young gray white shark but it is unusual to spot one inside the bay. >>> today sweden's team is gearing up for a second day of racing in the america's cup trials after a emotional return yesterday. they have had 9 days of sailing with its newly constructed boat. it had to be rebuilt after it was damaged after a deadly accident on may 9 when it claimed the life of a teammate. >> w
extended from california to now oregon and washington. hanna was kidnapped by a close friend of the family who was suspected of killing her mother and possibly her 8-year-old brother. in recent months, he told hanna he had a crush on her and made other comments that made her feel creeped out. >> the gentleman that was a friend of ours for a long time has taken everything. >> the body of hanna's mother was found in the ashes of the home along with the body of a boy. it could be ethan. they believe he may be heading to canada. >>> the school chief is caught in a potential scandal. xavier was the superintendent from 2009 to 2012. the school district is now being investigated for possibly skewing test results from the time he was in charge. a second investigation will not be conducted >>> in a community, a man was arrested on charges that he siphoned fuel from school buses. investigators say he stole about 500-gallons of diesel. they say he created an elaborate system that transferred fuel from buses to his truck. >>> richmond faces legal action against its plans to seize mortgages. the plans
from the sap daig 82 area has been extended to oregon and washington, investigators say hannah anderson was kidnapped by 40-year-old james dimaggio, he was a close friend of the family and is also suspected of killing hannah's mother and possibly her eight-year-old brother. a friend of the missing girl says in recent months he told her he had a crush on her and made other comments that the friend says made hannah feel creeped out. >> this gentleman that was a friend of ours for a long time has taken everything. >> the body of her mother was found in the ashes of dimaggio's home along with the body of a boy believed to be her brother and they believe they are heading toward canada. >>> the parents of them are suing them. she was crushed to death by a tree. the suit claims negligence by pg&e and the arborist. it names them because they were responsible for inspecting it and failed to discover it had become weak. they are not commenting on the suit. >>> a controversial gentleman's club is set to open today there. it is a bikini bar surrounded by restaurants and condos and critics are conce
. police say james lee dimaggio triggered an amber alert for washington, oregon and nevada. investigators believe he may be traveling with hannah anderson. sunday night firefighters found the body of her mother christina anderson and the remains of a child who might be hannah anderson's brother. there have been two possible sitings of the car in northeast california and oregon. he was driving a 2013 blue nissan versa 4-door car, california license plate number 6wcu986. >>> bart's unions and management are meeting over contract negotiations. they follow the board of inquiry hearing yesterday. ktvu's john fowler is live in oakland. any signs they are closer to an agreement? >> reporter: the clock is ticking and the documents show they are very, very far apart, both sides. negotiators tell me that they are committed to getting a deal. >> reporter: commuters said threats of another shut down are wearing thin. >> keep going over and over and closing bart down over again because -- we are going to keep getting up set. >> people are paying part of their healthcare and part of their retirement an
campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom with developing news this hour about a state of emergency. kyla? >> reporter: there's word that egypt's interim president has declared a state of emergency beginning today and lasting for one month. in the past, that's meant restricted freedom of speech for people in egypt. and police having the right to jail people indefinitely. security forces used bulldozers, tear gas and guns to invade two camps of protesters today. demonstrators demand the reinstatement of ousted president morsi. 28 were killed in cairo as another 25 were killed south of the capital. the muslim brotherhood claims at least 200 were killed including a seepier member of the group and his -- senior member of the group and his 17- year-old daughter and sky news reports one of their cameraman was killed. cnn reports 1 is00 were killed this morning as explosions continue. i'll continue to get reaction on how the u.s. could respond to this potential state of emergency. and i will have the latest developments for you around 8:15. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2
response team from washington as well as an investigator from its atlanta office. >>> city college of san francisco is making new demands today that a decision to pull its accreditation be reversed because of problems within the accrediting commission. in the last hour, city college held a teleconference and said the u.s. department of education complaint against the commission validates the demands. the president of the california federation of teachers says the problem goes beyond city college. >> we've urged the u.s. department of education to thoroughly scrutinize the commission's work during the upcoming consideration of the commission's application for continued fedel itio >> he claims the commission has disploesed a high number of sanctions against community colleges in california. the sttion said last month that city college had not done enough to address problems and would lose its accreditation a year from now. >>> it's the first day of school for some bay area students. some are being introduced to big changes in the way there learn and how they are -- in the way they learn and
on. actually a down beat for the 79 giants -- san francisco giants, back in washington against the nats. second inning. he cashes in the first run of the game. 1-0. and the nats didn't last long. 1-1 against tim lincecum. fbi run 4th inning for the nats -- 5 runs in the 4th inning for the nats. two runs score. belt hit a home run a few minutes ago for the giants. too late. they are in the 8th inning and the giants trailing 6-2. doesn't look good there. the a's play tonight against had astros. that is the sporting life for now. full highlights at 10:00 p.m. a's need it bad. >> they do. >> thank you. >>> 400 million people use gmail and they have something else in common. a lack of privacy. the admission they are making about the e-mails you send and receive. >> we are always here for you on www.ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. thank you for joining us. we will see you tonight. good night. [ marco ] i'm a student at devry university. and this is my home team. this is my large lecture hall. this is my professor. and also my coach. this is my booster club. this is the guy who's graduating
in washington on august 28th, 1963. tonight's event is being held at usf. >>> tonight at 5:00, more on the shark sighting at a popular bay area beach and oakland police address the surge of violence across the city. we look at what's being done to fix the problem. and why some say it's still not enough. >>> thank you for making ktvu your choice for news. we'll see you ut next time news breaks -- you the next time news breaks. we're always here for you at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu.com. have a great day. (elizabeth chuckling) join me my brethren. (chuckling) elizabeth: and whether you're on a bike, a boat, a beach or all the above, island life is the best! that's me, elizabeth. and today my friends, rob pinkston and jimmy bennett are out exploring with me in the bahamas and the florida keys. we're going to discover what makes life on the waters so awesome. and you're coming with us. so, let's go! it all happens right now. all right. this is what not to do when riding a bike. don't know what happened. technical failure. welcome to elizabeth stanton's great big world of island adventures.
on washington. [ bell ] >> martin luther king's relatives rang a bell oakoing the words let freedom ring from the i have a dream speech. he gave the speech on this day in 1963 after the march that drew 250,000 people. >> america became more free and more fair. not just for african americans but for women and latinos, asians, native americans. for catholics, jews, muslims. for gays, for americans with disabilities. >> tens of thousands stood in the rain for today's ceremonies that included a wreath laying. ktvu's mike mibach is in oakland where some say there is a lung way to go before martin luther king dream of equality is fulfilled. he has it claims of racial bias when it comes to arrests of young people in oakland. >> reporter: martin luther king taught equality 50 years ago and here we are racial profiling still being discussed across america and today in oakland. >>> there is the sound of students. >> i have a dream. >> the sound of king. >> little black boys and little black girls will join hands with little white boys and little white girls. >> reporter: words 50 years ago, they are tw
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